Whitewater Kayaking in the Columbia River Gorge - Shot with Panasonic GH3 + 12-35mm

Pentaxis

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Hello all. You don't often see very many sports sets on here, so I thought I would post these to share with everyone. I switched from a full Canon setup to 4/3 specifically so it would be easier to bring quality gear out when paddling. These photos were taken on 10/19, during a PERFECT fall day. I hope you enjoy!

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A side note: #1, 12, and 13 were frame exports from video taken with the GH3.

Cheers,

-P
 

Pentaxis

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One more pic worth sharing. This is a frame grab from my GoPro footage, so it isn't that great of quality, but is really does a good job of showing the "Shangrila" day it was:

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is there a link to larger pictures? it seems the video extracted frames have very nice colour and contrast
 

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What are you carrying your kit in? I'm using a Watershed Ocoee with insert that is a carry-over from my days of lugging the full Canon rig in the boat. My current mirrorless (Fuji) gear is floating around in there and I'm looking for something smaller but equally protective.

Really like #11 btw. That splash in the foreground adds a lot to the image.
 

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Thanks! I use a pretty basic small 2 lens + body bag, and stuff into a dedicated drybag. Nothing fancy. Infinitely easier than the larger canon gear I had! Kayaking is what made me finally decide to switch formats.
 
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